All I can think of to write for this post is “baaaaa.”
As in the noise a little lamb makes. Baaaaaa. I just lost 100 vegetarian followers, right?
Baaaaa. That’s all I have. My brain has been sucked out by an (adorable) little tantrum-throwing two-year-old and all I can think of is baaaaa.
Or, as one of her books writes it, “Baa-a-a.”
Which my husband reads “Baaaa, ahh, ahh” every time and it cracks me up every time. I’m laughing just typing it.
I think I need a vacation.
No really, I need a vacation. Last night, I told my husband that there is no where else I’d rather be than staying home with my kids every day.
Except on a beach in Jamaica. (Kidding, of course.)
But then I thought, wait!!! I don’t want to be there either because I have a muffin top and stretch marks.
Enter, Lamb Lettuce Wraps.
Good for your waistline so you don’t end up looking like a sheep in a huge wool sweater because none of your skinny jeans fit you.
In all seriousness, these are super easy to make and a fun switch up from the typical Asian-inspired lettuce wrap. Which I also love! This lettuce wrap has amazingly bright flavors thanks to crisp veggies and fresh herbs. You’ll love them!
Verdict: Great flavors and doesn’t leave you feeling heavy and overly full.
Husband’s take: He LOVED these. He’s a big fan of lamb and even liked the sauce, for some reason I didn’t think he would. E chowed these down as well. She’s such a great eater and she had a blast trying to eat it as a wrap.
Changes I would make: None are necessary!
PS: If you like lamb, try my lamb shanks. Fall off the bone perfection!
Sorry. Couldn’t help myself.